Scientists' Papers Now Subject to Fed Scrutiny

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posted on Dec, 18 2006 @ 01:31 PM
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Did you see this?

Scientists must now subject their findings to Bush's scrutiny, before they can be published.

You know what he's going to look for, don't you? EFFECTS. He's going to obliterate effects that he doesn't personally LIKE, so that scientific processes can continue, but they will no longer articulate anything real.

This has been going on for some time; and I've been watching for about ten years, how the Feds have been pulling their punches in terms of real data.

If you've ever tried to find longevity or demographic data at the Center for Disease Control, they have it so disorganized and categories so generalized, that it's impossible to know how many people died from any given specific disease, or for what reason; or for what lifestyle; or for what iatrogenic error.

I saw in carnicom.com last spring, a letter from a man in the Bay Area who, utilizing local obituary columns, had done an informal study on his own and determined that the local death rate has gone up tenfold since the beginning of the Bush Administration. Is this the WHY, massive immigration is "needed" to fulfill labor requirements in the US -- that we're dying off quicker thanks to chemtrails, diminishing O2 saturation and burgeoning effects of pollution? Hard to say when the statistics lie all over the place.

If you've ever monitored USGS quake statistics, you know they take up to two weeks to enter data onto their sites; and they have removed the truly effective and clarifying graphics they used to have, that showed global quake patterns. So, no quake site's data looks anything LIKE any OTHER quake site data.

If you've ever looked into USDA's food tables, you find they have diluted and flooded their food composition data with hundreds of junk food elements, so that the averages come out looking as if junk food is really okay.

Of course, FDA is now run by administrators taken from the pharmaceutical industry; so you know what to expect from that crowd.

What this comes down to is this: we cannot trust the Federal Government to give us accurate statistics about anything. We're on our own.




posted on Dec, 18 2006 @ 01:47 PM
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Originally posted by EmilyCragg
Scientists must now subject their findings to Bush's scrutiny, before they can be published.

There is no such requirement for publication.


If you've ever tried to find longevity or demographic data at the Center for Disease Control, they have it so disorganized and categories so generalized, that it's impossible to know how many people died from any given specific disease,

You do realize that thats quite a different thing from 'all scientific papers are submited to bush for approval', right?



posted on Dec, 18 2006 @ 02:32 PM
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Not exactly.

There appears to be some disregard or contempt for being able to tell the literal truth all the time.

It's reflected in how their agencies HANDLE their data, don't you think?

It's reflected in how the Media cherry-picks at information to disclose to the public.

It's reflected in the fact that the Patriot Act was passed by Congressmen who had never read it.

There's a certain tendency to wave-away uncomfortable information, by the Feds, top-to-bottom, with some notable exceptions.

: ) Em





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